By Barry J. Ewell
When doing family history research, a vital part of the process is evaluating the results of your inquiry and sharing your information with others.
I ask myself the question, “What do I see?” Sometimes what I find is only a clue; other times, it’s a gold mine. I record what I learn in my research log. At this point, based on the information I’ve gathered, I decide where I want to go and start with step one again. Continue reading